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How to Remotely Debug a Multi-Threaded Application on a Freescale i.MX 6 Processor-Based Platform Using TimeStorm

Recently, Bernard Cole from wrote an article entitled “The continuing importance of embedded development tools,” which highlighted how —for embedded developers at least — the more things change, the more they stay the same. In the article, Bernard mentioned how a recent survey by Jim Turley, former editor-in-chief of Embedded Systems Design Magazine and now chief consultant at Silicon Insider, revealed that when asked what is the most important aspect of any embedded system design development tools trumped both processor and operating system. Just in case you thought this was a new trend, review this Embedded Market Study from 2009, which shows that the debugger is the second most important tool for any embedded developer — behind only the compiler/assembler.

During this 30-minute webinar. Timesys VP of Sales and Field Engineering, Al Feczko, will walk you through a simple series of steps for setting up TimeStorm, Timesys’ Eclipse-based IDE, to remotely debug multi-threaded applications written in C that are running on a popular Freescale i.MX 6 processor-based platform.

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